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Monday, July 13, 2020

Rajiv Tuli

The writer is member of the state executive of Delhi RSS

Savarkar’s statements need to be read in their entirety and contexts
Wed, Jun 17, 2020

Savarkar was a revolutionary. His books were a source of inspiration for the likes of Bhagat Singh, Mohammad Ali and Purshottam Das Tandon. His work for the eradication of caste was praised by none other than Ambedkar.

The Sangh and sewa
Tue, Apr 21, 2020

During pandemic, lockdown, the RSS has come to serve the society. This represents its essence

RSS imprint on India is deep, yet its founder Hedgewar is unknown to most Indians
Wed, Mar 25, 2020

Contrary to the narrative that is presented about the role of the Sangh and its leadership during the Independence struggle, Hedgewar was at the forefront in the fight against the British rule.

In the face of Hindu consolidation, AAP and TMC are using the symbols of Hindutva
Sat, Mar 07, 2020

The new avatar of the AAP has its top leader Arvind Kejriwal reciting the Hanuman Chalisa and going to the Hanuman mandir. Mamata has already started signalling and following the path of Delhi’s AAP.

Ayodhya ruling frames a question: What is the true idea of Bharat?
Fri, Nov 15, 2019

Do we want a Bharat which represents the legacy of Babar, Ghazni and Ghori or do we want a Bharat where the legacy of the nation is represented by Lord Rama, Lord Krishna, Dara Shikoh, Kabir and APJ Abdul Kalam?

RSS chief’s Vijayadashami speech highlighted a culture that has no place for violence
Thu, Oct 10, 2019

The annual address by the RSS chief holds great importance as the organisation is seen as an ideological mentor to not only to the ruling government but many other organisations that are run throughout the country by swayamsevaks, with a vision of building character to rebuild the nation.

Learning lessons from the past
Thu, Aug 22, 2019

On 15th August millions of Indians were uprooted and thrown out from their native places. People of west Punjab left their homes not because they were anxious to leave their homes, but because their government failed to give them adequate protection.